Premier Inn Stafford North (Spitfire) Hotel
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An easy drive up - 150 miles getting 25-27 MPG from the Disco. After the previous escapades with it, a really nice smooth drive getting just above 50mph allowing for a lower gearing. Gearbox light in just a couple of times on some climbs but after a cruise it went out. Nice flat pitches although used wooden block under sink to correct levelling. Sat as ever took a little ...
Our stay in the United Kingdom this time is only about five days. We had travelled fairly extensively throughout the British Isles on our last trip and we always had planned to head South. The few days here were really only for getting over jet lag and for playing golf. Having done that, we hit the road to head to Birmingham and our flights to Spain.
Along the way we stopped at a charming English town ...
... frost glittered across the green country side. The sheep in the paddocks must have been cold..it flitted between -1 and 1 degree.
Then we arrived! Roz was very happy to see us, and the kids were very excited to be at Nanny's house. Roz had gone to a lot of effort for the family party, in her lovely new house, we had 12 children & 18 adults, a jumping castle and some fantastic ...
Just spent some time shopping in Stafford today. Learned that afternoon tea was delicious, most stores aren't open on Sundays and grocery stores close at 4...yes that's right, 4pm. So we went grocery shopping at the Tesco down the road, which is like a beefed up gas station type store. Nice relaxing day though and a good way to bring in the next week.
Just a couple notes for today, it snowed in both Stafford and ...
... overhanging clouds open up and the rain continues pretty much all the way to Stafford. Birmingham is a very industrialised city and although there are aspects of class and cultural awareness, the outskirts are factories and warehouses.
On our way to Wolverhampton we need to negotiate getting from the road to the canal path. Not normally a problem as there is usually a ramp. Not today...the only way to the path is via a very, very steep ...